Neural clue to poor daytime concentration in insomnia

Researchers have found abnormal neural function in patients with primary insomnia, which may help explain why these patients find it hard to concentrate on daytime tasks despite the absence of objectively measured cognitive deficits.

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Neural clue to poor daytime concentration in insomnia

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